Distribution of U.S. opioid-related hospitalizations in women 2016, by ethnicity

Distribution of opioid-related inpatient hospital stays among U.S. women in 2016, by ethnicity

Distribution of U.S. opioid-related hospitalizations in women 2016, by ethnicity This statistic depicts the distribution of opioid-related inpatient hospital stays among U.S. women in 2016, by ethnicity. Among those women with opioid-related inpatient stays, 12.5 percent identified as black, while the share of black women among those without opioid background was 14.9 percent.
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Distribution of opioid-related inpatient hospital stays among U.S. women in 2016, by ethnicity

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BlackHispanicWhiteOther
Opioid12.5%6.2%73.3%3.6%
Non-opioid14.9%11.4%62.8%6.5%
BlackHispanicWhiteOther
Opioid12.5%6.2%73.3%3.6%
Non-opioid14.9%11.4%62.8%6.5%
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This statistic depicts the distribution of opioid-related inpatient hospital stays among U.S. women in 2016, by ethnicity. Among those women with opioid-related inpatient stays, 12.5 percent identified as black, while the share of black women among those without opioid background was 14.9 percent.
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